Parents and educators know how valuable play is for children. It is an opportunity to explore the world with an open mind and learn how to navigate the world adaptively. Play provides lessons that cannot be learned by sitting at a desk or being stuck in one's habitual routines. Curiously, many of us seem to presume that this opportunity for growth ends when we enter adulthood. This week #WellnessWednesay blogger and FLEX therapist Jessica Danilewitz breaks from her routine and jumps into a new hobby to see what learning opportunities lay ahead.
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